KISS - Sonic Boom Over Europe Tour 2010

Rock legends KISS have added shows in Sheffield, Newcastle and Liverpool and a 2nd show at London’s Wembley Arena to their new “Sonic Boom Over Europe: From the Beginning To the Boom” tour to Europe in Summer 2010.
Tour Dates: 
01/05/2010 - 27/06/2010

 

 

 

With multiple dates across Europe, the “Sonic Boom Over Europe: From The Beginning To The Boom” is set to be THE rock event of 2010, building on the incredible success of the 2009 “Sonic Boom” album.

 

“Sonic Boom Over Europe: From The Beginning To The Boom” will see dates in Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Demark, Holland, France, Spain, Belgium and, not only will the tour feature KISS’s first UK arena shows in 11 years, but it will see the band breaking new ground completely with their first ever shows in Slovakia.

 

Paul Stanley says, “The "KISS Alive 35 Tour" was just the start.”Sonic Boom Over Europe" leaves that show in the dust. New stage, new setlist, new outfits, new album! We're covering the whole musical history of the band on a stage that takes KISS one giant step further in our eight inch heels. We're stoked. You wanted the best? You GOT the best!”

 

Gene Simmons says, “Now. More than Ever. KISS is a four wheel drive monster truck. Our mission? To rock Planet Earth. To spread the gospel of Sonic Boom”

 

 With over 80 million album sales worldwide, KISS remain one of the most iconic and influential rock bands of all time. Throughout their stellar 35 year career KISS have established themselves as one of the great live rock bands. Kiss was named by VH1 as 10th on their list of the '100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock'. On September 23, 2009, Kiss was nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

 

On November 25, 2009, KISS will perform to a global audience when their show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles is streamed live on Facebook. This one off event will be unique chance for European fans to see the “KISS Alive 35” show before it changes for the European run - the perfect warm up to the must see tour of 2010

 

“Sonic Boom Over Europe: From The Beginning To The Boom” tour dates

 

Sat 1st May                                         Sheffield Arena (UK)

Sun 2nd May                                       Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (UK)

Tues 4th May                                      Liverpool Arena (UK)

Wed 5th May                                      Birmingham LG Arena (original date 11th)

Fri 7th May                                         Dublin, O2 Arena (Eire)

Sun 9th May                                        Glasgow, SECC (UK) SOLD OUT

Mon 10th May                                    Manchester MEN Arena (UK)

Wed 12th May                                    London, Wembley Arena (UK)

Thu 13th May                                     London, Wembley Arena (UK) SOLD OUT

Sun 16th May                                      Zurich, Hallenstadion (Switzerland)

Mon 17th May                                    Geneva, Arena (Switzerland)

Tues 18th May                                    Milan, Mediolanum Forum (Italy)

Thurs 20th May                                  Vienna, Stadhalle (Austria)

Fri 21st May                                        Ostrava, Cez Arena (Czech Republic)

Sun 23rd May                                     Prague, O2 Arena (Czech Republic)

Wed 26th May                                    Berlin, O2 World (Germany)

Thurs 27th May                                  Leipzig, Arena (Germany)

Sat 29th May                                      Bratislava, Stadium (Slovakia)

Mon 31st May                                    Hamburg, Colorline Arena (Germany)

 

Tues 1st June                                      Oberhausen, Koenig Pilsner Arena (Germany)

Tues 8th June                                      Trondheim, Lerkendal Open Site (Norway)

Thurs 10th June                                  Tampere, Sauna Rock (Finland)

Sat 12th June                                      Stockholm, Stadium (Sweden)

Sun 13th June                                      Malmo, Stadium (Sweden)

Mon 14th June                                    Oslo, Valhall (Norway)

Wed 16th June                                    Aalborg, Gigantium (Denmark)

Fri 18th June                                       Arnhem, Gelredome (Holland)

Sun 20th June                                      Clisson, Hellfest (France)

Tues 22nd June                                   Madrid, Palacio De Los Deportes (Spain)

Fri 25th June                                       Vitoria, Azkena Rock Festival (Spain)

Sun 27th June                                      Graspop Festival (Belgium)